BMW R1100S BoxerCup Replika (2003 - 2005)

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BMW R1100S BoxerCup Replika (2003 - 2005)

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This particular Bee Emm is the tallest road bike I’ve ever sat my tight wee arse on – the Replika comes with taller, sports-spec suspension over the standard R1100S to help keep the cylinder heads off the floor at big lean angles. And just in case that’s not enough, the ...  Continue reading

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Great bike, unique, you are not likely to come across many on the road, tried and tested engine which is good for high mileage, brilliant build quality. Continue reading...
I have owned all kinds of bikes... a Suzuki Katana 750, a series of Honda VFRs in the 90s, a Kawasaki GPZ 1100, a Suzuki GSXR 600, two ST1300s not to mention all the bikes I've rented or borrowed on vacations. Continue reading...
A very recomendable all rounder.
I've owned my 2005 low miler for 3 months having sold my 2001 R1100S to make this subtle but significant move up to the Boxercup.Having owned it from new I really wasn't tired Continue reading...
underated sports tourer
Owned one for 3 years, I intended to change my bike every year but cannot seem to get around to it with this one. Maybe next year :-) Continue reading...

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Question for experts....

 I have a Boxer Cup, my rear tire looks thiny....

Can I use a 190/50/R17 for my rear tire?

Thanks for the advise.

Posted: 21/10/2011 at 21:10

Have seen this question posted allot , I assume the std size tyre is 180/55 , this is what the bike was designed for going up a tyre size for asthetic reasons will screw up the handling , i.e make it slower to turn , stick with std size tyre for best results .

Posted: 22/10/2011 at 00:01

I would really like to make the Laser Exhaust a bit louder on my 04' Boxer Cup Replika...Not a lot, but just some more growl.

I noticed that the cans are held together with a few pop rivets and there appears to be a baffle inside with a wrapping/packing on it.

 Can I disaaemble the cans and remove the packing without causing a fiff in the BMW Boxer Cup Uninverse?

 

 

Posted: 16/07/2012 at 03:29

Fitting a 190 rear on this makes no sense. It doesn't need it. I had an 1100S for many years and used to do a lot of trackdays on it. The limiting factor of the 1100S is that the cylinder heads touch down and the 1100 flat twin doesn't produce enough power to warrant a bigger contact patch out of the corner. If it's purely for aesthetic reasons then yes, I think you could do it. But as previously said. You will ruin the handling. The 1100S doesn't have much power coming out of the bend but what it does let you do is stay on the brakes really really late and still turn in sharply. Why spoil the best bit?

Posted: 17/07/2012 at 14:31



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Strong, raspy engine with bags of torque, stable telelever suspension and low maintenance shaft drive
 
Too tall for shorties and it's heavy at 230kg. The bulky styling may not suit everyone.
  • Price: £9200.00
  • Year: 2003 - 2005
  • Engine capacity: 1085cc
  • Power: 97bhp
  • Torque: 72lb ft
  • Weight: 208kg

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